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Digital PhotoDigital Photo

Digital Photo November 2015

Digital Photo explores the exciting world of digital photography and technology. Every issue features the latest news, step-by-step instructions, evaluations of the latest equipment, photography tips from the pros and more.

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United States
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English
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Madavor Media, LLC
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chris burkard made the switch

THIS WORLD-TRAVELING PHOTOGRAPHER CHOSE SONY BECAUSE HE WAS LOOKING FOR SOMETHING “POCKETABLE BUT POWERFUL.” For nature and travel photographer Chris Burkard, surfing and climbing and kayaking are more than just the subjects he photographs. They’re integral to the life he lives. “I’ve found that if you’re able to live that lifestyle,” Burkard says, “rather than just be like, ‘this is what I want to shoot for work and this is what I want to shoot for myself and this is what I want to put out in the world…’ Well if you just decide to live it, I think that benefits a lot. If you’re not having the experience yourself then it’s not really going to come through in the imagery no matter how hard you try.” As a globetrotter, Burkard learned long…

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3 things

1. WE HAVE TO FIGURE OUT OUR CAMERA There are a ton of buttons, dials, and commands on the top, front and back of our cameras these days. For a lot of us, it’s really frustrating because you know you could be getting a lot more out of your camera than you currently are. If you knew what all those buttons, dials, and commands actually did. Well, first, here’s the good news. You don’t need to learn all that stuff. Because even though some of those operations are really important and make a difference, honestly, there are a bunch of controls in there that are total fluff. Just like in the menus on your TV, right? There are many options in the menus for your TV, but we only actually use a…

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edmail

Quick, guess how many new cameras were introduced in 2015? Did you guess 10? 20? 50? By our count, there were around 70 new cameras released in 2015, and that’s not even counting the myriad new smartphones that arrived this year. That’s a particularly impressive number, considering that, in 2014, there were fewer than 40 new cameras released, which puts 2015 at nearly double the number of new models as the year before. Seventy new cameras, ranging from entry-level models at a $100 price point all the way up to break-the-bank professional cameras as much as $14,000—that’s an astounding array of new photographic tools released in an era where pundits are claiming that the traditional camera is dead, and the smartphone is king. Much of the activity in the industry revolves around mirrorless cameras—Fujifilm,…

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add professional monitoring and recording to any sdi and hdmi camera with blackmagic video assist!

Blackmagic Video Assist is the ultimate on set production monitor and recorder for any SDI or HDMI camera! The large bright 5 inch monitor lets you see your framing and ensure you get absolutely perfect focus! The built in recorder uses common SD cards and records extremely high quality 10-bit 4:2:2 ProRes or DNxHD files that are much better quality than most cameras can record and are compatible with all video software. Now it’s easy to add professional monitoring and recording to any›camera! On Set HD Monitor Blackmagic Video Assist has an extremely bright and sharp full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution display that’s much bigger than the tiny built in display found on most cameras. Mount it directly to your camera or use a longer cable so it can be hand…

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travel & scenics 2015 photo contest

FIRST PLACE “OBSERVER” BY GORAN JOVIC “The Hamer tribe is one of many tribes along the banks of the Omo River in southern Ethiopia, and goat cattle is their wealth,” says Goran Jovic. “This photograph captured two Hamer tribe shepherds observing the Omo Valley, keeping their cattle and the upcoming storm in sight.” Canon EOS 5D Mark III, Canon EF 17-40mm ƒ/4L USM SECOND PLACE “EDDIE’S BOAT” BY PAWEL ZYGMUNT “A couple of months ago, I drove down to the northwestern part of Ireland for a few days to visit some of the most beautiful places Ireland has to offer,” explains Pawel Zygmunt. “On the second day of my lonely trip, I reached Magheraclogher Beach in the small Gaeltacht village of Bunbeg in County Donegal. Fortunately, there was a low tide starting at 5:30 p.m., so by 9…

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mirrorless

CANON EOS M3 Canon’s newest mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera, the EOS M3 has been available for a while outside the U.S., but now it’s available here. Like the original EOS M, it’s a very compact, “flat”-style design that uses EF-M lenses and (with the optional Mount Adapter EF-EOS M), a wide range of Canon EF and EF-S DSLR lenses. Inside are the company’s highest-resolution APSC sensor (24.2-megapixel Canon CMOS) and a DIGIC 6 image processor that combine to deliver high-resolution photos and Full HD videos. The sensor incorporates Canon’s 49-point Hybrid CMOS AF III system, with phase-detection pixels right on the sensor, as well as contrast-detection AF; it’s up to 6.1X faster than the AF system in the original EOS M. The tilting, 3.0-inch, 1040K-dot LCD monitor has touch capability for simple menu…

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